The Institute for the Renewal of Christian Catechesis exists to serve the church by promoting biblical, historical, theological, and ecumenical approaches to catechesis.
We are a research and educational non-profit that seeks to promote catechetical teaching in local churches. Rooted in the Anglican tradition, and with an ecumenical scope, we are a meeting ground for pastors, educators, historians, theologians, and anyone else who desires to see Christians formed in the faith in a robust way.
Recent Blog Posts
Ian Green on the differences between Protestant and Catholic approaches to catechesis at the dawn of the Reformation.
Zacharius Ursinus, one of the chief writers of the Heidelberg Catechism, on how the Catechism and Theology are prerequisites to reading Scripture.